Associate Director Compensation and Benefits

Location
London, England
Salary
£75000 - £90000 per annum
Posted
06 Jun 2019
Closes
04 Jul 2019
Ref
14022245/001
Contact
Cameron Leather
Sector
Healthcare
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

A leading health information technologies and clinical research firm based in London is looking to hire an Associate Director Compensation and Benefits to join their wider Human Resources and Personnel team

Client Details

A leading health information technologies and clinical research firm based in London is looking to hire an Associate Director Compensation and Benefits to join their wider Human Resources and Personnel team

Description

This role of the Associate Director Compensation and Benefits is responsible for managing compensation and benefits programs for a large region, or globally to support the Company's compensation philosophy. It has a strong emphasis on compensation and benefits harmonisation and acquisition-based projects, in addition to typical business as usual responsibilities. As a reward role it is challenging and interesting, operating within a fast-paced environment, and with the global and EMEA wide scope will allow the successful candidate to create depth of knowledge across the 65 countries supported.

Description

  • Design and deliver compensation and benefits programs and solutions to support key business initiatives and goals.

  • Collaborate with Human Resources, global compensation & benefits, and line management to develop and implement effective programs to enable managers to more effectively attract, retain, reward and motivate employees.

  • In collaboration with senior management, may design incentive plans to support achievement of financial and strategic goals and promote global consistency in the use of incentive compensation.

  • Manage annual incentive and salary review process for assigned Business Unit,

  • Supporting global team in setup by leading and participating in sub teams (data audit, budgeting, testing, reporting and communications)

  • Support and advise HR in manager planning and business unit review periods

  • Manage annual salary scales review for assigned countries within EMEA

  • Manage annual salary survey submissions (Towers Watson and Mercer) for EMEA countries

  • Provide internal consulting support to Human Resources and line management on complex compensation/benefits related issues.

  • Ensure that compensation and benefit administration guidelines and practices are established to be externally competitive, consistent with company philosophy and are managed within the organization's financial plan

  • Benefits harmonisation for assigned countries in EMEA - support local HR in developing cost effective recommendations, costings and approval process

  • Conduct country benefit reviews and support country benefit summary project as required

  • Develop budget recommendations and forecasts costs for programs.

  • Mergers & Acquisitions - provide compensation and benefit support for HR due diligence

Profile

Experience for the Associate Director Compensation and Benefits in London:

  • Experience in the design and delivery of base pay, variable compensation, sales compensation and equity programs

  • Experience of working across the EMEA or Global regions

  • Knowledgeable on legislation impacting pay programs.

  • Experience of UK Gender Pay Gap reporting

  • Solid foundation in compensation theories and broad knowledge of practices.

  • Strong analytical and program management skills.

  • Ability to understand business strategy and plans and translate into pro-active compensation processes.

  • Consultative skills, (i.e. idea marketing, negotiation, influencing, relationship building, conflict resolution and effective communication), and collaboration skills across organizations.

  • Effective at meeting deadlines and commitments.

  • Ability to handle sensitive information in a confidential manner.

  • Strong Excel skills

Job Offer

Competitive